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Tory MP David Davis Refers to Government as `Brokeback Coalition', FT Says

U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron’s coalition government has been called the “Brokeback Coalition” by colleagues, the Financial Times said.

David Davis, a Tory politician, used the reference to the film about two gay cowboys at a private lunch on July 22 in London, the FT said. Davis later said he was misheard, according to the newspaper.

To contact the reporter on this story: Rachel Graham in London rgraham13@bloomberg.net

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